The people of Cleethorpes feel betrayed by Conservative MP Martin Vickers
Cleethorpes MP Martin Vickers has upset the people of Cleethorpes after he voted to pass a new health and social care tax which will increase National Insurance payments to aid NHS recovery post-COVID.
We have spoken to one hundred Cleethorpes residents this morning who were very angry that Martin Vickers had betrayed them.
91 of the 100 people we spoke to said they would not vote for him in the next General Election after they felt betrayed. 80 of those people had voted for Martin Vickers in the last election.
News of Martin Vickers betrayal could see him lose his seat at the next General Election which would be welcomed by many of those living in Cleethorpes.
Martin Vickers was not the only Lincolnshire MP who had betrayed voters and put those struggling financially into more hardship.
All ten Greater Lincolnshire MPs followed Boris Johnson like sheep and backed the National Insurance increase.
The next General Election could see Lincolnshire with the least number of Conservative MPs in recent history after Lincolnshire people are becoming fed up of being lied to and betrayed.
Parliament voted on Boris Health and Social Care Levy on Wednesday, September 8. Boris Johnson brought in the new tax to help the NHS recover from the COVID pandemic. However, there was no mention in the millions that was wasted by the Conservative government and contracts being given to friends and donors.
Those earning below £9,564 will not be affected.
The ten Conservative MPs who betrayed their voters and voted in favour of Boris Johnson new tax were:
Victoria Atkins, Louth and Horncastle – Conservative
Gareth Davies, Grantham and Stamford – Conservative
Rt Hon Sir John Hayes, South Holland and The Deepings – Conservative
Dr Caroline Johnson, Sleaford and North Hykeham – Conservative
Rt Hon Sir Edward Leigh, Gainsborough – Conservative
Karl McCartney, Lincoln – Conservative
Matt Warman, Boston and Skegness – Conservative
Martin Vickers, Cleethorpes – Conservative
Lia Nici, Great Grimsby – Conservative
Holly Mumby-Croft, Scunthorpe – Conservative